Focus: EducationCity Features You Might Not Know About

September 18, 2018

There are plenty of fantastic features and resources within the solutions you’ll find on Edmentum International…

Let’s focus on one in particular, EducationCity, a cross-curricular resource perfect for 3-11 year olds.

Read on to find out about a few features on EducationCity that you might not know about; they all help with developing students’ progress and saving you time, so you can try them out and get the most from your subscription.

Assessing progress with MyCity

MyCity is not only ideal for targeted learning where you can quickly group content for whole classes, groups or individual students, for homework or classwork, but it is also great for assessing progress too.

Each MyCity you create has a Tracking tab, which lets you track students’ progress from the content set within a MyCity. It’s really handy for seeing students’ attainment levels and is a great way to see any areas of weakness too.

Aiding mastery with SuccessTracker

A fantastic progress-monitoring tool, SuccessTracker automatically records all Activity and Test scores to save you time. Here, you can also filter the data you’d like to view and export it for reporting purposes.

However, another benefit of SuccessTracker is the fact that you can see any weaker scores and then reset work to individual students in a MyCity to ensure mastery – just press the orange plus button beside a content item in SuccessTracker to do this.

Aligning to objectives with the Curriculum Map

The Curriculum Map allows you to easily find content relating to the curriculum objectives you’re teaching. Here, not only can you ensure you’re meeting curriculum objectives, but you can also add any content directly into a MyCity for your students to do as classwork or homework, saving you valuable time – perfect!

 Encouraging progress with MySuccess

Heard of MySuccess just yet? MySuccess allows students to see all their Activity and Test scores whether this is via Pick and Play, or Homework and Classwork MyCities. As students can easily see their scores, for any weaker scores they have, they can also replay content very simply from here to try and achieve a better score – perfect for improving their progress independently.

Personalized learning with MyRevision

Lastly, we also have MyRevision which is a fantastic tool where, after taking a Test, if less than 100% is scored, a personalized Revision Journal is generated for students in MyRevision. It’s made up of a range of Activities and Learn Screens that are automatically gathered together based on a student’s previous Test scores, so they simply can focus on the areas where they need to improve.

To try out any of the features listed above and see how they can directly help your teaching and learning, just log in to EducationCity.

Blog published by:

Lucy Elson

Junior Marketing Executive

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Lucy Elson

Junior Marketing Executive

+44 (0)1572 492576 international@edmentum.com
After studying Business at college, Lucy completed work experience at the Edmentum International office, where her passion for marketing in the education sector has grown stronger. She has since undertaken a Level 2 NVQ Certificate in Marketing and is currently completing a Chartered Institute of Marketing’s (CIM) Foundation Certificate in Marketing. Lucy has predominantly been marketing Edmentum International’s solution, EducationCity, for over three years.
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